Aug 192019
 
 August 19, 2019  Posted by  Business, Court, Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance, Workplace

Al Restar reports:

The Australian court ruled that employees are allowed to refuse to provide biometric data to their employees. The ruling follows the lawsuit filed by Jeremy Lee getting fired from his previous job due to his refusal of providing his fingerprint samples for the company’s newly installed fingerprint login system.

Jeremy Lee from Queensland, Australia, won a landmark case after he was fired from his job at Superior Wood Pty Ltd, a lumber manufacturer, in February 2018, for refusing to provide his fingerprints to sign in and out of his work, citing that he was unfairly dismissed from the company.

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